The World Taekwondo Federation has changed its name to “World Taekwondo” in response to the “negative connotations” associated with its former name’s initials, according to this BBC report:
Anthony DiComo of MLB.com is reporting the New York Mets are promoting Tim Tebow from Columbia to Class A St. Lucie, because he is a very good baseball man.
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Scintillating 3-on-3 basketball action is going down right now—right now!—in Brooklyn, at Barclays Center. Probably this or that former NBA star you remember fondly is doing a cool basketball move as I type this. Why aren’t you watching? You should definitely be watching. You should go right now and open up your cable…
The Minnesota Vikings wrote a letter in support of Michael Floyd’s defense motion arguing that he did not violate his probation by consuming alcohol, because all the alcohol consumed was in a few bottles of kombucha, according to a report from the Pioneer Press.
Being on the receiving end of a long combo chain is never a great feeling, so I can only imagine what was going through Inuchiyo’s head when Goichi “Go1" Kishida unleashed a flurry of kicks and punches on him.
The Mail on Sunday today reported that FIFA is investigating the Russian 2014 World Cup soccer team for doping—literally every member of Russia’s 2014 World Cup team:
Michael A. Taylor of the Nationals spent Saturday pounding the bejeezus out of Cincinnati pitchers, to the tune of four hits, a double, two dingers, and four RBI, in a game the Nationals won by 15 runs.
I am beginning to lose faith in The Freeze, and that is a terrible thing.
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James Shields took the mound today for the sad-sack White Sox, and in the course of pitching three brutal innings gave up a two-run dinger to Matt Olson, another two-run dinger to Franklin Barreto, and a solo dong to Jaycob Brugman. Olson, Barreto, and Brugman are rookies. It’s wild enough to give up three homers in…
Get a load of this humpback whale, sending inches of seawater and a few fish into this vessel, and me into cardiac arrest:
Show them the skills that have made you a rich and famous basketball man, Klay:
Fitbit’s Alta is one of the first fitness trackers that actually looks nice on your wrist, owing largely to its fashionable interchangeable bands, and you can pick one up on Amazon for $70 brand new right now. That’s by far the best price ever; it’s actually $15 cheaper than it was on Black Friday, and $30 less than…
Moto2 qualifying for tomorrow’s Dutch Grand Prix came to a halt today as Italian rider Lorenzo Baldassarri launched his bike, and himself, high into the air in a crash that left this viewer assuming he must be completely broken. Baldassarri later tweeted from the hospital that he’s “almost like new”:
You can feel however you want about LeBron James—he’s maybe the greatest professional basketball player of all time, so some of your feelings are going to fall under the category of “wrong”—but you can only feel one way about this tattoo. It is perfect.
Cranky uncle John McEnroe is a Knicks superfan, and has ringside seats at Madison Square Garden, and he recently shared some sweet and sad lamentations about the state of his team in this report from Brian Mahoney, in which McEnroe describes the Knicks as “a total train wreck.”
Super Smash Bros. Melee may be sixteen years old, but frame data analysts are still tearing the game apart to find new techniques to use in competition.